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CoverageCo submits plan, but future of rural 911 service not certain - Vermont Biz

CoverageCo, as first reported by VBM in March, fell into deep financial trouble after its founder Vanu Bose, of the Bose audio family, unexpectedly died last November. CoverageCo had recently boasted of new service in rural parts of Vermont, including ...

Visionary Indian Americans Honored With Prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor - India West

This year's Indian American honorees were software pioneer Vanu Bose, who was honored posthumously after succumbing to a sudden pulmonary embolism last year; Moon Express founder Naveen Jain; Ethan Allen chairman and Kashmiri activist Farooq ...

CoverageCo cell/911 service could cease by Sunday - Vermont Biz

CoverageCo was founded by Vanu Bose, son of Amar Bose, the audio pioneer. Vanu Bose died at 52 last November in Boston of a pulmonary embolism. The Vermont operation was then left in a lurch. The 2G cell network had several problems, technological ...

Some Vt. 911 Service at Risk - Valley News

It's struggled with expenses exceeding revenues and is likely to cease operations in the state, possibly on Friday, said Clay Purvis, director of telecommunications and connectivity for the Department of Public Service. Vanu Bose, the company founder ...

Some Vermont rural cell service, including 911, could end - WTOP

Vanu Bose, the company founder who brought equipment to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria to help restore cell service, died in November. CoverageCo did not return a phone message seeking comment. The town of Readsboro, with a population of about ...

CoverageCo financial woes could cost some Vermonters cell, 911 service - vtdigger.org

The state's largest carrier, AT&T, chose not to be part of the network. The company's CEO, Vanu Bose, is the son of the late famed sound engineer and founder of Bose Corporation Amar Bose. He rolled out the microcells in two places: Vermont and Rwanda.

CoverageCo rural cell service could go dark - Vermont Biz

CoverageCo was founded by Vanu Bose, son of Amar Bose, the audio pioneer. Vanu Bose died at 52 last November in Boston of a pulmonary embolism. The Vermont operation was then left in a lurch. The 2G cell network had several problems, technological ...

Bose Grants for 2017 reward bold and unconventional research visions - MIT News

The grant program is named for the late Amar Bose '51, SM '52, ScD '56, a longtime MIT faculty member and the founder of the Bose Corporation. This year's reception also honored his son, Vanu Bose '87, SM '94, PhD '99, who passed away last month.

Indian American tech pioneer Vanu Bose dies at 52 - newsindiatimes.com

Vanu Bose, the Indian American who re-imagined cellular networks and extended service to people living in remote areas of the world, died at the age of 52 on Saturday, Nov. 11 in Concord, Massachusetts, from a pulmonary embolism that he had suffered in ...

Entrepreneur Vanu Bose Dies at Age 52 from Sudden Pulmonary Embolism - India West

Vanu Bose, an Indian American software entrepreneur and founder of Vanu, Inc., died Nov. 11 from a sudden pulmonary embolism at age 52, according to an MIT news release. A graduate of MIT, Bose was also the CEO of Vanu, Inc., an innovative firm that ...

The Unfinished Work of Vanu Bose - MIT Technology Review

Editor's Note: We regret to report that Vanu Bose died of a sudden pulmonary embolism on November 11, 2017. His company had recently deployed over 40 Community Connect base stations in Puerto Rico to provide cellular service in the wake of two ...

Vanu Bose, the man who took cellular service to remote areas, passes away - Financial Express

Vanu Bose, the man who took cellular service to far off places across the globe has passed away. He was 52. Vanu passed away last Saturday in Concord, after suffering from pulmonary embolism, his wife Judy said. He was son of was Amar G Bose, founder ...

Tribute to A Tech Innovator who Revolutionized Communication in Rural Areas - Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur India charts four key lessons from the life of Boston-born Vanu Bose. Taking Technology To the Next Level. Shortly before his death, he donated durable solar-powered cell towers to devastated Puerto Rico when it was grappling with crisis ...

Vanu Bose Found Ways to Bring Cellphone Service to Unserved Areas - Wall Street Journal

Vanu Bose could have coasted into the stereo-equipment company founded by his father, Amar. Instead, while working on his doctoral degree in engineering and computer science in 1998, he set up his own company to exploit new technology for cellular ...

Vanu Bose Tribute, Plus Latest Boston Tech Headlines - Xconomy

We start this week's Boston tech watch on a somber note: Vanu Bose, a local technology executive and MIT alumnus, passed away Saturday from a sudden pulmonary embolism, according to an announcement from MIT. He was 52. Bose was the founder and ...

Software Defined Radio (SDR) Pioneer Vanu Gopal Bose is Dead at 52 - ARRL

Vanu Bose in 1998 founded Vanu Inc., which pioneered the commercialization of software defined radio and was the first company to receive FCC certification of an SDR in 2004.The firm's technology grew out of Bose's graduate research at MIT. Father and ...

Vanu Bose, Who Brought Cellular Service to Remote Areas, Dies at 52 - New York Times

Vanu Bose, who reimagined cellular networks and extended service to people living in remote regions of the world, died on Saturday in Concord, Mass. He was 52. The cause was a pulmonary embolism that he had suffered in a hospital emergency room, his ...

Vanu Bose, Communications Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Dies at 52 - Electronics360

Vanu Bose's company -- the first ever to receive certification for software-defined radio from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission -- brought cellular technology to rural areas across the globe. Vanu developed cellular antenna systems that need ...

Vanu Bose, Wayland Grad, MIT Member, Software Engineer, Dies - Patch.com

WAYLAND, MA—Vanu Bose '87, SM '94, PhD '99, a leading software executive and a member of the MIT Corporation with deep ties to the Institute, died on Saturday at age 52 due to a sudden pulmonary embolism, announced MIT. Bose founded Vanu, Inc., ...

Vanu Bose, Son of Bose Founder Amar Bose, Software Pioneer and MIT Corporation Member, Dies at 52 - India New England

CAMBRIDGE, MA—Vanu Bose, a leading software executive and a member of the MIT Corporation with deep ties to Massachusetts Institute of Technology and son of Bose Corporation Founder Late Amar Bose, died on Saturday at age 52. The cause of his ...

Vanu Bose is the founder and CEO of Vanu, Inc., a firm whose software-based radio technology provides a wireless infrastructure that enables individual base stations to simultaneously operate GSM, CDMA, and iDEN protocols for cellphone voice and data transmission.

Born Vanu Gopal Bose
1965 (age 50–51)
Boston area
Residence Cambridge, MA
Citizenship American
Alma mater MIT
Employer Vanu Incorporated
Known for Wireless communications
Relatives Amar Bose (father) and Prema (mother)

Vanu Bose is the founder and CEO of Vanu, Inc., a firm whose software-based radio technology provides a wireless infrastructure that enables individual base stations to simultaneously operate GSM, CDMA, and iDEN protocols for cellphone voice and data transmission.

He is the son of Amar Bose, the late founder of Bose Corporation.

ITU INTERVIEWS: Dr Vanu Bose, President & CEO of Vanu Inc

Interview with Dr Vanu Bose, President & CEO of Vanu Inc., at the Broadband Commission for Digital Development Meeting, Dublin, 23 March 2014.

Vanu Bose explains the differences in fragementation

Dr. Vanu Bose, President and CEO of Vanu, Inc., distinguishes the differences between access fragmentation and Internet fragmentation, and explains how that ...

American engineer and technology executive Vanu Bose Died at 52

A venture capital investment of $9 million in 2007 from Charles River Ventures was followed by $32 million in 2008, from an arm of the Tata Group, Norwest ...

Vanu Bose describes what he believes are keys to an inclusive Internet

Dr. Vanu Bose, President and CEO of Vanu, Inc., says that the ability to get online is a key to an inclusive Internet.

Research Challenges in Software Radio - University of Washington Interviewing Vanu Bose 2001

UWTV: Research Challenges in Software Radio - University of Washington presenting Dr. Vanu Bose 2001.

Frontline Wireless: Vanu Bose on 700 MHz Spectrum Auction

National Press Club July 12, 2007.